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Mount Washington Glass Company
ca. 1892–93
Mount Washington Glass Company
ca. 1886–94
Mount Washington Glass Company
ca. 1885
Mount Washington Glass Company
1885–90
Mount Washington Glass Company
ca. 1887
Mount Washington Glass Company
ca. 1893
Mount Washington Glass Company
1887–1904
Mount Washington Glass Company
1886–94
Mount Washington Glass Company
ca. 1885–87
Mount Washington Glass Company
ca. 1884–87
Mount Washington Glass Company
ca. 1890–1900
Mount Washington Glass Company
ca. 1885–95
Mount Washington Glass Company
1870–1900
Mount Washington Glass Company
ca. 1885–90
Mount Washington Glass Company
ca. 1885–90
Frederick Shirley
ca. 1878
New England Glass Company
ca. 1888
New England Glass Company
ca. 1888
Samuel Colt
ca. 1853
British, London mounts and Chinese porcelain
Chinese porcelain 1573– ca. 1585, British mounts ca. 1585
Jan Steen
ca. 1670
British, London mounts and Chinese porcelain
ca. 1585
Martin Carlin
ca. 1780
Fred G. Korth
1920s–30s
French
ca. 1420
Byzantine
500–700
Richard Throssel
1910
Tiffany Furnaces
Glass: 1897–99, Mounts: 1899–1904
Byzantine
500–700
Joseph Baumhauer
ca. 1770
Venezia-Murano Company
ca. 1880
Castellani
ca. 1860
Louis C. Tiffany
1894
Karl Friedrich Schinkel
ca. 1810
Castellani
ca. 1860
Castellani
ca. 1860
Suzanne de Court
early 17th century
Louis C. Tiffany
1894
Unknown
1850s–1910s
Sèvres Manufactory
plaques 1761–65, cabinet ca. 1822